Segel explains why his 2014 film with Cameron Diaz "didn't feel good" and how that set him on a more dramatic path, leading to his new release, "Our Friend."
Xena: Warrior Princess stuntwoman Zoë Bell's cure for quarantined boredom just might liven up your day as well. Bell, who kicked off her stunt career by doubling for Xena herself, rounded up, yes, Lucy Lawless, plus NCIS: Los Angeles star Daniela Ruah, Daredevil and Briarpatch's Rosario Dawson and dozens of others — a thrilling mix […]
Musician Raddix, whose real name is Josh Martin, tells Yahoo Entertainment that he himself chose the stage name because it’s so different.
The star, who hasn't acted since 2014's "Annie," hinted at new projects and said she's "looking at the landscape of wellness."
The trio were also joined by Demi Moore, who starred with them in the 2003 sequel, 'Charlie's Angles: Full Throttle'
Cameron Diaz started modeling when she was in high school, signing her first contract at 16. Four years later, with no acting experience, she auditioned for the 1994 movie "The Mask."
The Faltrows, the couple nickname Gwyneth Paltrow came up with after her marriage to new husband Brad Falchuk — was used while sharing the first photo from their wedding.
Critics of the Goop founder have been known to say that she comes across like she's above something. Well, she's certainly not above being a love-struck bride-to-be.
Cameron Diaz confirms that she's retired to Entertainment Weekly. Her last film credit was the 2014 movie "Annie." Diaz is one of the highest-grossing actresses of all time.
Since her 2015 wedding, the star of "There's Something About Mary" and "Charlie's Angels" has pulled back from the spotlight. But is she retiring from showbiz? That's what her friend and "The Sweetest Thing" co-star Selma Blair said in a new interview.
There are rumors that Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden are expecting. While she's kept mum, here's what she's said about pregnancy and family in the past.
OK, maybe not officially, but she did host the first ever “In Goop Health” event over the weekend, and by all accounts, it was exactly what you’d expect… but more so. Somewhere between 500 and 600 attendees, all of whom paid between $500 and $1,500 to attend, headed to Culver City, Calif., on Saturday to see Goop’s “most requested and shared wellness content” brought to life” firsthand.